May 21, 2015

Life lately

Been inactive for almost four months (sucks bru) no updates, blog posts. Hence, you guys are still here and I'm forever thankful for that. I can't wait to be active here again. I really don't know where to start, I don't know what to write anymore after months of not putting up something. I suddenly missed the feeling of my fingers lingering the keyboard of a laptop/desktop lol. 

 So what's new with me? Probably my way of living! I'm still here at Wendover, Nevada.
 U.S.A has been good to me, I'm learning a lot, I learned a lot. I met new friends, encountered different nationalities and had more deeper understanding about their culture and their way of living. To be honest, I never dreamed of being here I'm one of those girls who really wants to travel the world, but America was not in my list but I never regret being here. Sometimes , God really loves to put us in places we least expected, the situations we don't want to be involve with ; because in this circumstances He knows we'll learn more and be a better person than what we are right now.

 Was it hard for me to be alone and independent? No. I was raised to be independent so it wasn't hard for me to be away with the people I love especially my mom and dad. I miss them a lot though and all my friends and relatives in the Philippines. I also miss the food, the places I always go to, the meet ups with my blogger friends just everything. I'll be home soon though and the Pinas craving will soon be over. (Hanudaw?) Anyways you can ask me questions that I can answer in my next blog post. I'm still in the state of writer's block. You cant blame me right? Bare with me haha

 The photos were taken in Bonneville Salt flats 

A little history: (The Bonneville Salt Flats is a densely packed salt pan in Tooele County in northwestern Utah. The area is a remnant of the Pleistocene Lake Bonneville and is the largest of many salt flats located west of the Great Salt Lake. The property is public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management and is known for land speed records at the "Bonneville Speedway". Access is free and visitors can drive on the flats.)

Photographed by: Ronalyn 
Post processed: Nick Pahati